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Early Alert Form

Academic Center for Excellence

Early Alert Referrals

This information will be used by the Academic Center for Excellence to contact the student to encourage participation in student programs,
tutorials, counseling, and/or workshops that relate to the concerns you have submitted. Observations should be clearly and objectively stated
so that the student understands the issue(s) of concern. The student has legal access to the information submitted.

NEW FOR SPRING 2017:

Early Alerts are now managed by the EAB platform inside your MyCSU portal:

To submit an alert, first log in to your MyCSU portal and click the EAB link on the left hand navigation.

When an alert is created, a case is also automatically created, and an email is generated and sent to the student's advisor, the student, and the designated individual to manage the case. You are able to see and follow alerts/cases, as they will show on the student's EAB profile.

Professors can submit alerts for students in their course(s) by:

1) Navigate to the Professor Home Page in EAB. Here you will see all the courses you are teaching. You will also see a list of all students enrolled in your course(s).

2) To issue an alert for a student, simply click the box next to the student's name. Then click on the Actions drop down menu and select Issue an Alert.

3) A pop up box will appear on your screen. In the first drop down menu, select your reason for issuing the alert. The second drop down will allow you to choose a specific course, if applicable. There is a text box for additional comments, if needed. Click submit and your alert will be created.

Advisors can also submit alerts for individual students by:

1) Navigate to the Advisor Home Page in EAB. Here you will see a list of all students who are assigned to you this semester. * (Please note: Accuracy of this list a direct reflection of automatic advisor assignment.)
or
You can also search for any student by typing their name or 909 into the search box in the upper right-hand corner. 

2)To issue an alert for a student, simply click the box next to the student's name. Then click on the Actions drop down menu and select Issue an Alert.

3) A pop up box will appear on your screen. In the first drop down menu please select your reason for issuing the alert. The second drop down will allow you to choose a specific course, if applicable. There is a text box for additional comments, if needed. Click submit and your alert will be created.

EAB Early Alert Workflow

CSU Student Resources: https://students.columbusstate.edu/campus-life.php

SAMPLE WORKFLOW: Professor X issues an alert on Jane Doe for poor academic performance. Jane Doe, John Smith (Jane Doe's assigned academic advisor) and Lisa Shaw (Case Manger) all receive an email notification about the early alert. Lisa Shaw triages the alert and reassigns the case within EAB to John Smith. John Smith reaches out to his advisee, Jane Doe; and invites her in to discuss the early alert. During their meeting, John Smith refers Jane Doe to Tutorial Services. John Smith makes a note in EAB about their meeting and the referral. John Smith closes the case. Once Jane Doe goes to tutorial services, a record of their visit will be viewable on her profile in EAB.

Contact Dustin Worsley for
additional information or training.

Worsley_Dustin@ColumbusState.edu
706-507-8785

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